JavaScript Tutorials For Beginners

JavaScript Tutorials For Beginners

JavaScript is everywhere, which is why we have a great JavaScript Tutorials For Beginners here at Vegibit. If Chuck Norris had his way, there would not be one thing left on earth not coded in JavaScript. ATM machines, JavaScript. Commercial Airliners, JavaScript. Internet Routers, JavaScript. Self driving Tesla Cars, JavaScript. Actually, this would likely not be a good idea. There are some things left best to good old C code.…

jQuery AJAX Tutorial

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AJAX is in use all over the internet today. By using AJAX, your website can get data from remote services and communicate with your web server without a full page refresh. In recent times, AJAX has really become one of the major components of building modern web applications. It can be a little tricky to implement in native JavaScript, but by using jQuery, it does become a whole lot easier.…

jQuery Effects and Animation Methods

The 11 Most Awesome jQuery Effects and Animation Methods

One of the great things about the modern web of today is that there are a lot of fantastic animations and effects on web pages and User Interfaces. Boring static text and lame images are gone, slick and engaging experiences are in. Having these effects can greatly add to the overall navigation, and often gives the user slick visual cues as to what is the next call to action and so on.…

jQuery Event Handling

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Now that we have covered a lot of the basics with selectors and filters in jQuery, we’re ready to jump into something that’s a bit more interactive and fun. What would this be? Well it would be jQuery Event Handling of course! When using jQuery, the thing that you will do first, and most often, is selecting and filtering elements. A very close second will be working with JavaScript Event Handlers by way of jQuery.…

The Most Popular Content Manipulation Methods in jQuery

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As we move forward in learning bigger and better things about jQuery, we find the need to go beyond just using selectors to grab the content we want. The large number of selectors and filters available to us are a lot to learn, but once we are fluent with them, we can then start using other jQuery methods to manipulate the content in the DOM. We can create, remove, change, add, animate, or do pretty much whatever we want with that content.…